Domino’s Pizza plans to recruit 3000 new delivery staff in Australia and New Zealand over the next six months as it rolls out GPS tracking of its drivers.
Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.theaustralian.com.au
I had an idea years ago, which I blogged about which basically works on the premise that as long as people pay and both the delivery person and the customer had GPS, items like Pizza could be delivered anywhere, such as on the beach, in a park or domain. Effectively anywhere that the customer happens to be, where it is legal for the delivery person to be (consider mode of transport) and of course safe.
The article doesn’t say how the tracking operates, but the obvious method, as used by Uber, Frog Parking and other peer to peer type systems is mobile phone with an application that knows where both parties are. A system installed in…
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